I'm not smart enough to know how to sort this synching problem out. One answer might be to use my high-ish res webcam rather than my camera in the future.
More likely it has to do with the compression of the data. I see this on a lot of YouTube videos, even ones professionally produced for television (see below).
What doesn't come across so well in these vids is the octave doubling in the right hand - you can't see my little finger doing most of the hard work in the upper octave, and it isn't very audible either.
Are you using a digital camcorder? A lot of them default to 12-bit audio resolution; You can set it to 16-bit, and all you lose is the not-too-useful capability to dub additional audio onto the tape. That might make the high notes more audible.
Hear what you mean about Steptoe & Son; link for the benefit of those not familiar with this great series:
What do you know... I didn't realize Sanford and Son
had its roots in London. Now there's a TV theme (by Quincy Jones) I ought to try learning: http://www.youtube.c...h?v=MzRqDpU3NcA
Love that bass harmonica!
Like the title says: Fifteen Minutes of Fame
And the same image-to-audio synching problem (at least when I'm viewing)!
Edited by Theodore Kloba, 17 January 2007 - 04:52 PM.